Los Angeles, California (June 20, 2013) – A report issued today by ACT, Inc. indicates Career & College Clubs, a middle school peer-to-peer intervention, increases the likelihood at-risk students will make specific plans to succeed in high school and postsecondary education.
ACT, Inc., the organization that administers the ACT college placement exam, analyzed 1,200 middle school students who participated in the Career & College Clubs program.
Among other findings, their report shows that compared to a nationwide sample of at-risk students, students who participate directly in Career & College Clubs are more likely to plan on taking a college-prep curriculum in high...

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